Who knew the music of mullets, wrap-around shades, and bodysuits could be so compelling? Nuovo Testamento’s Love Lines succeeds and transports the listener.
How Far the Light Reaches weaves struggles with identity – gender identity, sexuality, ethnicity, and body image – with the immense diversity of marine life, revealing new ways to think about ourselves.
Blood in the Disco isn’t just CORLYX’s best album yet, it’s one of the best goth rock albums to emerge yet this decade.
With Boulder, Eva Baltasar lays bare with her incisive power of observation and blade-like prose the unpleasant realities of parenthood.
Brazilian artist Uýra shares how Indigenous struggles to preserve the natural world intersect with queer efforts in an essential act for humankind’s survival.
Simone de Beauvoir’s Inseparable reveals the devastating consequences of succumbing to conventions at the expense of one’s own autonomy and well-being.
The eponymous three-song EP Mark and Elliott is simply the most fun, upbeat musical way possible to end off a summer we all desperately needed.
After two decades, Massiv in Mensch keep things fresh and innovative on Türkis und Schwarz, perhaps the best album yet from the electronic/industrial group.
Transitions is an exceptional collection of short stories that deserves recognition both for the quality of the writing and its provocative themes.
Shiori Ito’s memoir ‘Black Box’ smashes open the legal norms that box in sexual assault victim’s rights in Japan and drags the system’s misogyny into the light.